The key Autumn/Winter 2015 trends you need to know about
Your essential round up of the Autumn/Winter 15 trends you need to know, plus how you can translate these looks in your own homes with a few stylish pieces…
There’s no need to spend hours scanning the latest interior mags for the biggest Autumn/Winter trends, we’ve done all the research for you. It was a tough job getting up close and personal with all the beautiful new fabrics and stylish home accessories but someone has to do it.
1. Dark botanical
As this year’s obsession with all things botanical continues, the Autumn/Winter update is darker and moodier, with luxurious, metallic accents. Inspired by natural flora with a fantastical twist, think cool Victoriana meets Alice Through the Looking Glass. Characterised by opulent, vintage patterns, blended with playful twists (like the gold effect pineapple objet, £12). You can either go all-out for the look with dark walls and fabrics or choose a few key pieces for a taster of the trend.
Get the look
Make a statement with pieces like this gold effect bird cage lantern, £26; store jewellery or trinkets in this 7-drawer storage with gold effect handles, £26; place dramatic faux florals in this leopard print vase, £15 and bring a sense of fun with the gold effect pineapple objet, £12.
2. Peaceful Scandi
Nordic style is the trend that simply won’t fade – and with good reason, too. It’s accessible and versatile so complements any taste or style. This season it’s all about a softer interpretation of the look, which means a harmonious blend of natural materials like stone, linen and wood, with powdery shades of blush, duck egg and mint. Delicate tree motifs decorate cushions and bed linen, and woven rattan accessories lend a nature-inspired feel.
Get the look
Create balance in a room by mixing soft textures like this diamond woven cushion, £14, with ceramic materials – try clustering these grey glaze ceramic bottles, large £12, small £8, with this set of 3 pink ceramic candles, £5, on rustic wooden surfaces.
3. Rustic living
As the air turns crisper, the big interior designers of the season have turned to Canadian rustic cabins and back-to-basics ski lodges for inspiration. That means plenty of cool, cosy fabrics, heavy plaid and Argyll knits with a warm colour palette of burnt oranges, blended with kitsch accessories like camping-style lanterns and ornamental animal heads.
Get the look
Go all out with this 3D moose head (part of a set of three wall hanging mini heads), £14, and red camping style lantern, £20 – perfect for creating cosy candlelight. Or simply add this small wooden rectangular frame, £10, or this cosy orange and navy check throw, £16, to a room for a more subtle interpretation.
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